Archive for April 11, 2012

Mary Mary New CD In Stores May 8th

April 11, 2012 2 comments

Image Hosted by ImageShack.usThe excitement around platinum selling, Grammy Award-winning duo MARY MARY continues at a brisk pace.  After an amazing year that included performing for capacity crowds across the country, and receiving the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award, a BET Award, Soul Train Award, two Stellar Awards, and double Grammy Award nominations, the successful pair has just released a stirring new single, “Go Get It.”  Anticipation is growing quickly for a new album of the same name that will be released on May 8th 2012, which will include two brand new songs and classic remixed and remastered versions of some of the duo’s greatest hits. Read more…


Diggy Simmons & Knightpkf all white Teen affair

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Lysick – Let Me Holla (ft. Alicia Keys)

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Paypa Ft. Chip Tha Ripper, “Turned Up,”

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Jada Kiss Talks Wu Block

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The 411 on Obama Era Blacks

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By Torrance Stephens

Attribution is extremely important in writing. Over this past week, I picked up a copy of the Nation Magazine at my local library. There they have a basket where people can bring their used magazines for others to read. It is there where I pick up the Nation along with “The Smithsonian”, “Reason” and my new favorite “The American Conservative.” Strange since they attack republicans and democrats equally and tend to be libertarian in purview, but the writing is unquestionably some of the best this country has to offer. Any Who.

I was reading an article by Dorian T. Warren who currently is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. In the article he made reference to the phrase “Obama era blacks.” His piece was about how African Americans who generally support Obama have a higher level of trust in government, than we have had historically, given what he describes as the “persistently high levels of black unemployment, rising to Depression-like numbers in many urban areas during the Great Recession; increasingly punitive criminal justice policies and the disproportionate imprisonment of minority offenders; a reneged government commitment to addressing inequality and poverty, as seen in welfare reform and the declining real value of the minimum wage; and an ongoing failure to provide equal access to high-quality public education, whether K-12 or higher.”
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Shaliek Rivers-Can We Go Back

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Wycliffe Gordon, Savion Glover & More Celebrate Jazz à la Carte at the Apollo

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Apollo Theater Celebrates 2ndAnnual Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival with Shows Featuring Today’s Top Jazz Talents



Featuring Wycliffe Gordon, Savion Glover, the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra,

Theresa Thomason, Hosted By Maurice Hines

May 12that 3pm & 8pm

Intimate APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ Jazz Nights

Featuring Kellylee Evans and Marc Cary

May 11th and May 12th at 10pm


Week of Performances at SHOWMAN’S JAZZ CLUB

Featuring Lonnie Youngblood, Lou Volpe, Cynthia Holiday Danny Mixon, and Sarah McLawler

May 8 – May 12 Read more…

Mary J Blige: The Ultimate Chicken Collection

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Elder Goldwire is the Oldest American Contemporary Solo Artist Signed to Label

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Music World Gospel recording artist and BET’s Sunday Best’s Season 3 first runner-up will release his debut solo CD project, The Best of Elder Goldwire McLendon on April 24, 2012. At 81 years old, McLendon is the oldest American contemporary solo artist signed to a record deal.


The spirited and charismatic McLendon has been singing for seven decades. Prior to his journey as a contestant on Season 3 BET’s Sunday Best, where he was first-runner-up to Le’Andria Johnson, he has been ministering to people in song and words in his native Florida and Philadelphia.


McLendon’s testimony is an inspiration to millions. “When I received a call that Mathew Knowles wanted to sign me to Music World Gospel,” says McLendon. “My daughter and I were stomping on the floor, and holding our mouths because we wanted to scream. I carried on and she did too.”


“Elder Goldwire has an ageless appeal—with the heart and soul of a man who has done a lot of living. He has the energy and enthusiasm of a young man,” says Mathew Knowles, founder, President and CEO of Music World Gospel. “As I watched him in Season 3, he competed with vigor and stamina. He proved that he can connect with people in a wide range of demographics as he won the hearts of over a million supporters—especially females.”

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